How much did you spend on this year’s Dota 2 The International 10 (TI10) Battle Pass? One player went overboard and splurged by purchasing hundreds of thousands of levels.
The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, has spent a whopping US$40,000 on TI10 BP levels, the highest that anyone has reached this year in terms of spending and levels.
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Abdulaziz al-Saud has reached BP level 107,584 on the TI10 Battle Pass and has made an approximate contribution of US$11,000 towards the The International 10′ prize pool.
It’s possible that he had a jumpstart and purchased the Battle Pass Level 100 Bundle, and then later on bought multiple levels. The highest amount of levels on a bundle that a player can buy are 24 levels at US$10. All Battle Pass sales will have 25% deducted as proceeds that go directly into the TI10 prize pool.
His most played hero is Crystal Maiden, with about 1,500 matches played at a 52.46% win rate according to his Dota Buff profile. The prince is ranked Legend IV and has recorded a total of over 11,000 matches played in his account.
Abdulaziz al-Saud, together with hundreds of thousands of Dota 2 players, have made many contributions to the The International 10 prize pool. TI10 now has the biggest esports prize pool of all time, and is about to hit US$40 million with the power of crowdfunding through the Battle Pass earnings.